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Sean

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1626 days ago

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‘lo all. a question, for any that could help. picked up a disston saw today, but it has a slight bend in it…any suggestions for how to straighten it out?

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GFYS

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#1 posted 1626 days ago

take it back.

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a1Jim

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#2 posted 1626 days ago

ditio

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#3 posted 1626 days ago

Got it for a song, its just a little kink. anyone else?

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#4 posted 1626 days ago

When I was a kid, we lived next door to an old man that sharpened saws. When he had a bent saw he would take it to a pond on a still day when the water was like glass. He sould slap the water as hard as he could with the saw. He always came back with a straight saw. I know this sounds like an old wives tale but it sure works.

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GFYS

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#5 posted 1626 days ago

hammer, anvil and finesse

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Dark_Lightning

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#6 posted 1626 days ago

With the teeth off the edge of a table, tap the kink from the “hill” side with a ball peen hammer. You’ll be able to work it out fairly quickly. If you hit the teeth with the hammer, it will be off to the guy lilredweldingrod mentioned to slap it on a choppy lake to put the set back in them.

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#7 posted 1626 days ago

Make a clock out of it. A bent blade is no good for much else

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#8 posted 1625 days ago

With the proper tools a bent saw blade can be fixed or you can send it out to have it straightened and resharpened. Here is a link to one of the best hand saw sharpening services out there.

-- Julian, Park Forest, IL

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#9 posted 1624 days ago

i thank you all!

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Mark

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#10 posted 1624 days ago

its good for playin devils frisbee

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